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josh: i think a lot of people are certainly thankful for the fact that we had a clear, dry conditions for today. today we had started out with clouds, and we only made it into the 50' s today. in northern new hampshire, it is partly cloudy at the moment. as you can see, there are more partly cloudy skies to go, and it is bringing a more mild air for tomorrow. out to our west, there it is, you can see it, a cold front. for tomorrow, it will be one more above dev urged a -- above average day. there is a mature of clouds and sunshine -- mixture of clouds and sunshine. it does come to an end by the weekend. we will show you what the temperatures are returning to in
>> basically, no troubles. easy traveling, sunny skies this last year when we were shoveling out from the snow and dealing with some major power outages. >> some of the memories from 2014 hold a special place in people' s hearts. heather: yes, people were glad that it was better this year, but they said that the alternative way of making it happen last year really brought them together and made them realize what really matters. >> i am attending to be a julia child' s type -- child type. heather: turkey cooking, pies ready to be eaten, and family gathering in the house. it is the traditional thanksgiving celebration. while enjoyable, jason says this
year is somewhat vanilla compared to last year. this was the bird last year, are cute and brought over to jason' s mom' s house. with only generator power, the oven was not an option, same for dan. >> we stayed at my house, me and my two kids. heather: did you eat turkey? >> no, we didn' t have turkey. we had whatever was in the fridge because we were supposed to go to my sister' s. heather: we caught him right before he left for her house this year, ready to eat and more rested than last year. >> we were here until about 2:00 in the morning plowing out the schools. heather: those snow piles may not be the best memory of the unpredictable nature of all of it made it fun. t have power. it just wasn' t going to go on.
so we packed everything up and we went to my daughter' s. thing. nothing was done on time. things were overcooked and things were undercooked. that was the best thanksgiving i have had in a long time. heather: forced to go with the flow, it' s around with people was not so bad after all. apartment building have extra reason to say they are thankful for this year. jennifer crompton has that tonight. jennifer: aside from the smell of smoke in the air at 29 new york street, only a few broken windows and burned belongings are long -- along the side of the property are indications of the close call here in dover just before 3:00 on thanksgiving morning. >> from my bedroom, i saw them
go onto the porch there and they started spraying our roof. jennifer: rob hale lives next door. he awoke to chaos as the apartment residents of several animals spilled out onto the streets >> -- streets. >> my daughter was home, and the two dogs in the two cats in the to bunnies were home. jennifer: we spoke to one who did not want to be identified. the scene quickly. >> they grab the animals and her out. jennifer: the fire was contained to an upstairs unit. investigators believed it started with pot left on the stove. the woman in that unit got out the was checked into the hospital. she was worried when she first got out because her dog had not at her apartment was filling
according to firefighters, a dog poked its nose through a window. i say not only did it likely by itself more time in the way of fresh air, it is also how they knew the dog was still trapped inside. >> the docket actually presented itself out of the window, which i have never seen before. we went in and in our primary search and we subsequently found a dog that was alive. i am just thing for you the firefighters were here and helped everyone and no one got hurt. jennifer: a fire captain reminded us that anytime there is a building fire, it is a tragedy for people involved. >> fortunately, nobody was severely injured in this fire. that is something to always be thankful for. i think it helped put it in perspective for people. jean: and the thanks giving spirit was going strong early this morning in manchester where owners of a restaurant threw open the doors to the public for free meals.
>> what they are doing for us is great because some people don' t have something like this. >> in newmarket, a growing tradition. jeremy' s free thanksgiving dinner. a local pizzeria owner is fulfilling a childhood dream to make food and fellowship available to the entire community. >> i really want people to come in to eat and to eat desert together and a food together and be a family together and enjoy it with my family. >> in making want to feel wanted and loved. it is just the atmosphere. >> i had a void today and i wanted to fill it. andy -- adam: this is the sixth year that jeremy has put on this community feast and each year it has drawn more people and needed a little bit more space. jeremy: we are hoping for more every year. if we have to move to another location, we have to do it four times already in six years because we outgrow it.
but it is great and we love to do it. adam: in concord, at the windmill family restaurant, they have been putting on a think giving feast for the public for more than 25 years now. it is an event that is now held in memory of the windmill parsley owner. >> and today, the u n h football team continued a tradition of eating thanksgiving dinner together ahead of a playoff game. the wildcats sat down to a massive meal earlier this afternoon, 108 pounds of turkey breast, 100 pounds of mashed potatoes, 75 pounds of stuffing, and 60 pounds of vegetables. they' ll be hosting called a on saturday afternoon at cal will stadium. and hundreds of people in rochester served turkey and all of the fixings to those who might have gone without.
>> and ready, set, shop. it is not black friday yet, and these shoppers are hoping to still cash in. josh: an effort temperatures in the 50' s today, there are even milder temperatures ahead for black friday. we will have that, plus rain. jason: and we have a couple of state when they told me that i was diagnosed with cancer, all i could think of was my kids and that i didn' t want to leave them. i beat cancer, but it is still scary. now i have a pre-existing condition. so, if republicans take away obamacare, breast cancer survivors like me could be denied coverage. if hillary's in the white house, she's going to continue obamacare, so that i don' t have to worry anymore. i trust her,
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stephanie: many of us are just checking into our turkey dinner right now, but the shoppers here at best buy in manchester are hungry for a great deal. the store just open one hour ago, but items are just flying off of the shelves. >> i want the tv. [laughter] stephanie: or than 420 people -- more than 420 people are lining up outside the best buy here in new hampshire. best buy employees are handing out tickets for the most popular items, and many tickets ran out halfway through the line. the general manager says this makes the shopping experience safer. >> and more fun. it' s got to be fun, otherwise, what is the sense of doing it?
can snag the latest electronics before the crowds, it is worth it. >> it is a tradition, it is a family tradition, i have been doing this, since, like, seven. >> all of the retailers are doing this thing on thursday, so why not? stephanie: others got an early start to their holiday, and this guy got to best buy on 3:30 to ensure that they would be the first in line the second year in a row. >> there are a lot of good savings at best buy. i love the experience of this. a lot of people are coming back every year and talking, discussing, i love just being social with people. i think that is the best part out of it. stephanie: this is the second year that the mall of new hampshire is open on the ice giving night. all of the stores are open just after 6:00 and they expect this
jen: the true spirit of thanksgiving found in rochester. jean: turkey dinners with all of the classic trimmings were served to about 500 people in need. all in tears at the true memorial baptist church fed most on-site and delivered the rest to anyone who needed to stay home. volunteers served dinners on china instead of tape or to make guests feel special on this important day. >> people who really have a need that can use this mail, that is one of the purposes. another purpose is that people just don' t want to be alone on this thanksgiving. so a lot of the volunteers come to me and say that they wanted to come and make a difference. jean: and they sure do. this thanksgiving has been -- thanks giving tradition has been going on for nearly 30 years. .
josh: look at those clouds that we started off with. then those clouds started to break and we had partly cloudy and then in some cases, mostly the afternoon. notice that even the northern part of the state briefly made it into the lower 50' s for a while today. some parts of southern new hampshire getting well into the s. we will go even higher through the day tomorrow as we will see those temperatures tomorrow heading up near or perhaps even some spots going up above 60 degrees. 30' s in northern new hampshire, and you have fallen about 20 degrees off of your highs a couple of hours ago. still 40' s and 50' s everywhere else, and those temperatures will bolster -- will mostly be bottoming out into the lower 40' s overnight. we will show you that in just a moment. onto the clouds and into the brakes that we had in between.
20 of sun tomorrow, the clouds will pick up a little bit late this. this is a cold front that will roll through the state. take a look at this year, that is our day tomorrow, but as a gets closer, but especially in northern new hampshire, and lay in the day, you will notice the clouds increasing a little it. -- bir. -- bit. then on the other side, for the weekend, that is our air mass, it is cooler, but at least it is sunny weather that we will be seen it move-in for the weekend, at least for most of it, anyway. the mild air is coming up, but you see that wind shift coming up with that cold front. the wind direction changes, and it brings temperatures right about to where you would expect for this time of year. take a look now at the next several hours. partly cloudy skies for tonight and for tomorrow. outdoor activities, no problem
temperatures will be a good five or so degrees warmer than it was today. late tomorrow, the clouds could increase, and you could see a shower in the mountains late in the day or early in the evening. these showers will begin to work from north to south over the and -- over the overnight hours. then things start to clear out. for tonight, temperatures are chilly us to in the north north country. for black friday, temperatures in the upper 50' s. it is much more average temperatures, and these temperatures are a couple of degrees above average. concord' s average temperature is 44, so it will be above that
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jason: today is all about food, football, and family, not necessarily in that order. let' s start with the gate city showdown between nashua and that would be north and south. self sophomore quarterback sean holland goes up to the big number 81. maxwell osgood hall' s it in but the drive would stall. in the second half, jared levesque finds his big man, steve lambert, in the end zone. the titans. then devin leonard will break free and he is gone. leonard carried the ball 34 times four 278 yards and three touchdowns. dillon salazar had nine tackles and an interception. north winds it, 34-24. in the queen city, it was central and trinity.
s anthony du imauro connect with jason lam in the end zone, touchdown that little grain, 7-0. and central goes on to win it, 30-20 two. and this week' s hometown hero led the newport tigers to a division iii football championship last weekend. senior running back noah wade carried the ball 24 times for 270 five yards and four touchdowns. he also returned a punt for a touchdown, ranking -- racking up 332 all-purpose yards in the game. the tigers beat interlake-more --interlake' s moultonborough 48-14 to win their first
wade also plays basketball -- baseball, and says his college now, but he would love to play football at the next level if he is given the opportunity. chip kelly and his eagles are in trouble, taking on the lions in detroit. in the first half, matt stafford finds calvin johnson for the first of his three touchdown catches on the day. five touchdowns. the lions win big, 45-14, and both teams are 4-7. and friday football live here on wmur -- wmur. at noon, they were 15th-ranked maybe it houston, navy as that 9-1. and the monarchs are working on this holiday thursday. manchester plays at the atlantic glad he it or'
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